Tristan Ruppert, WBRC FOX6 News

Tristan Ruppert

WBRC FOX6 News

Birmingham, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Tristan:

Parents still struggling to find right baby formula months after nationwide shortage

You may still have trouble finding the right baby formula, months after the issues that kept shelves bare. Experts tell WBRC that while the shortage has gotten better, it is still impacting parents all across the state and country. → Read More

Children’s Hospital forced to divert some patients due to large amount of respiratory infection cases

Dr. Kimberlin said that, with COVID-19, RSV and flu, it is peak time for Children's Hospital. → Read More

Children’s Hospital forced to divert some patients due to large amount of respiratory infection cases

Dr. Kimberlin said that, with COVID-19, RSV and flu, it is peak time for Children's Hospital. → Read More

Idle cars proving to be a target for would be thieves

Car theft is up 12% in Birmingham this year, with over a thousand cars stolen in 2022 already. → Read More

Justice for ‘Cupcake’ McKinney: Jury returns guilty verdict

The second federal trial is underway for Derick Brown, who is accused in the 2019 disappearance and death of 3-year-old Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney. → Read More

Drive-thru beer and wine sales almost a reality in Alabama

You may soon be able to pick up beer or wine via curbside or takeout options in Alabama. → Read More

Drive-thru beer and wine sales almost a reality in Alabama

You may soon be able to pick up beer or wine via curbside or takeout options in Alabama. → Read More

Drive-thru beer and wine sales almost a reality in Alabama

You may soon be able to pick up beer or wine via curbside or takeout options in Alabama. → Read More

How to save on energy costs with temperatures set to drop

With winter around the corner and higher power bills expected in December, there are several things you can do to maximize energy efficiency during the colder months. → Read More

Why 911 PSAs could be critical in cutting ambulance and ER wait times

Some fire chiefs are sharing an update on the solutions the Jefferson County Commission has come up with to conquer what’s being called a chaotic 911 system. → Read More

Group of robbers targeting Hispanic victims in Birmingham

Birmingham Police are currently looking for a group of robbers targeting members of the Hispanic community. → Read More

What you need to know before attending the Magic City Classic

Football fans are flocking to Legion field to set up their tailgates and prepare for the beloved battle on the gridiron, but what do you need to know before you enter? → Read More

Former Grandview Patient Care Tech accused of sexual assault on hospital grounds

Jefferson County District Attorney Danny Carr offers new details on Cornell Richards, a former Grandview Hospital employee charged with rape, other charges. → Read More

Hoover officials speak after officer-involved shooting over the weekend

Hoover Police have identified 31-year-old Evan Rashad Lucas as the man who fired shots both at a family on I-459 and at Hoover Police later Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Birmingham boy shot while playing video games leaves hospital after 108 days

Christian has spent the months since fighting for his life, and he is now taking his largest steps in his fight to recover. → Read More

Large events at Legacy Arena boosting everyone’s bottom line

While the attention was on the arrival of the NBA Friday night, there are several large events slated for Legacy Arena. → Read More

New concussion study shows less contact drills could be key in limiting concussions

A new study by Indiana University indicates there are some ways that coaches can limit the number of concussions their football teams deal with over the course of a season. → Read More

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office hosts active shooter training to increase safety in churches

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office hosted two active shooter safety and awareness training classes for churches. → Read More

Jefferson County student and mother suing three school employees after her bullies get violent

Video shared with WBRC shows the student being punched repeatedly and no student or faculty coming to her aid → Read More

I-59 expansion near Trussville set to begin in December

ALDOT is working to expand I-59 from four lanes to six from the I-459 junction to Chalkville Mountain Road. → Read More